Innovations to Remove Language Barrier Helping MEA Defibrillators Market

Defibrillators constitute a vital segment of devices in cardiac arrest treatment. Arrhythmias, which include several deviances from the regular cardiac muscle contraction pattern, can be cured by the application of an electric shock, which is delivered via defibrillators. The shock restores normal cardiac function, averting the fatal danger of arrhythmias.

The widespread prevalence of cardiac diseases and sudden cardiac deaths (SCD) in the Middle East and Africa has led to rising demand for defibrillators from this region. Arrhythmias, which result in SCD if left untreated, are curable by defibrillators, but lack of awareness about the same had caused heavy repercussions in the MEA market in the past.

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Despite the rising demand for defibrillators, though, the market is still constrained by a key issue: the language barrier. Here’s a lowdown on the scenario:

  • Most defibrillators in the MEA defibrillators market are manufactured by Western medical equipment producers. As a result, they come with English instructions and manuals. Despite the prevalence of the language all over the world, the Middle East and Sub-Saharan Africa remain two of the few regions where English is not a major language. Due to this, acceptance of high-quality Western defibrillators has been low.
  • In recent years, however, manufacturers of defibrillators have started including audiovisual guides to using the equipment. This new step also includes the addition of instructions in local languages, which has helped erode the language barrier that has stood in the way of the MEA defibrillators market for so long.
  • A major opportunity for the defibrillator manufacturers is to produce devices with built-in telemedicine facilities. Growing demand for home care and telehealth will ensure steady demand for defibrillators that can remotely monitor patients and alert the patient in case of an impending attack of cardiac arrhythmia.
Government Support Still Lacking for MEA Defibrillators Market

Due to the prevailing negative image of the defibrillators market owing to the language issues, governments in the Middle East and Africa are distrustful of new product launches in the market. Repeated product recalls, often for betterment of the devices rather than due to the existence of some issues, has also polluted the general impression about the defibrillators. The general populace also largely shares this view. This has impeded the MEA defibrillators market massively, since government support is needed to make defibrillators available in public hospitals.

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Automated External Defibrillators to Dominate Growth Trajectory of MEA Defibrillators Market

Two types of defibrillators are found in the MEA defibrillators market: advanced life support (ALS) defibrillators and automated external defibrillators. Of these, the latter is expected to exhibit strong growth in the next few years. This is due to the fact that while ALS defibrillators are more comprehensive in treatment, AEDs are designed to be used by the first person encountering someone having a cardiac arrhythmia. Both medical professionals and laypeople can use AEDs, which makes them more beneficial for public use, since early treatment can be the difference between life and death in the case of cardiac arrhythmias. Demand for ALS defibrillators is expected to remain steady in hospitals and other healthcare dispensation units.
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Rohit Bhisey

Rohit Bhisey

An AVP at the Marketing department at Transparency Market Research, Rohit has his fingers firmly placed on the pulse of the business world. He has a keen eye for any new development that could rock our world. He is adept at strategizing to boost web traffic and generate new leads. He is also an expert in Google Analytics, something which he feels could go a long way in getting sites more traction by providing necessary insights. Rohit is a Bachelor in Computer Science from the Pandit Ravishankar Shukla University and takes keen interest in writing news articles on technology, business, and healthcare.

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